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Revision as of 13:42, 2 August 2011

Jason Fenner

I am located in Cleveland, Ohio.

Currently I'm re-applying to Fedora Ambassadors Group in order to get my group membership current again.

I will be helping out at the Fedora booth this year at Ohio Linux Fest [1]. If you are planning to attend Ohio Linux Fest 2011, be sure to stop by and say Hi!


Usually in:

  • #fedora
  • #fedora-qa
  • #fedora-social
  • Location: Cleveland, Ohio, USA (Eastern Time Zone)

Activities within Fedora

  • Fedora Ambassadors
  • Helped out at the Fedora booth at Ohio Linux Fest in the past.
  • Have organized a Fedora booth at Notacon in the past.
  • In the future I would like to possibly get involved with the Admin side of the house and possibly maintain a package or more. B)


I currently am a Cisco Certified Network Professional. My networking experience together with my Linux experience allows me to really be able to leverage Fedora and other FOSS projects. Currently, I work as a Network Engineer and Storage Administrator for a manufacturing corporation. I have been deploying and administrating Linux servers professionally in enterprise settings for many years. I have always been a strong supporter of Linux and all other open source software. Not only do I encourage the use and and expansion of OSS, but I am a big believer in the FOSS movement and principles themselves.

I have some background with coding in Python, Perl and BASH. However, I am always interested in making these skills more stronger.

Fedora Project Contribution Goals

  • Help one person at a time to try using Fedora.
  • Help those trying Fedora to get over hurdles and continue using it.
  • Spread the news of Fedora Project as a whole.
  • Explain the project to those unfamiliar with it.
  • Encourage people to join the project and contribute.
  • Make Fedora just a little bit better, by helping one person at a time.